Justin Thomas is one of the most recognisable golfers on the planet.
When Thomas is not travelling around the globe playing golf, you'll likely find him with his partner in crime Jillian Wisniewski.
The couple have been together for many years and finally said 'I do' in November 2022.
Thomas, nicknamed JT, announced their engagement 12 months prior. They had dated for five years before exchanging vows.
So what do we know about Jillian?
Well, she is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and has a background working in advertising. She studied journalism.
It is thought she is still involved in the industry and splits her time between Chicago and South Florida, where the couple live in the uber-exclusive area of Jupiter.
Tiger has revealed over the years how highly he thinks of Justin.
So much so, he once labelled him 'the little brother' he never had.
In her spare time, Jillian enjoys playing tennis. The golf couple were pictured at the 2022 Wimbledon championships.
Jillian's official date of birth is not known, but it is thought she is one year older than her husband.
Did you know?
Justin asked his good pal Jordan Spieth to be his best man. The wedding was staged in Franklin, Tennessee.
Both Justin and Jillian decided to keep their big day private. They asked for guests to put the cameras away, too.
"I want people to be in the moment," Thomas said of the camera ban.
"It seems like everything everybody does, you got to have it on video or have it on pictures," he said.
According to the man himself, Jordan 'crushed' his best man duties.
"I hate to do this, but man, he crushed it," Justin told GOLF.
"I'll give him an A+. He didn't lose the rings, which, if you know Jordan, that's always on the table. He had a great speech.
"He didn't throw me under the bus but also had a few subtle jabs in there."
The couple also have a dog.
Franklin makes frequent appearances at multiple PGA Tour events.
Justin has made no secret of his love for the pooch.
See some pictures of the couple below:
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